Film taken includes:
Producer NASA/Johnson Space CenterAudio/Visual sound, color
- Unidentifiable views and a wide shot of the Mass Spectrometer experiment boom.
- Views from camera mounted on the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during a lunar surface excursion, scenes as LRV drives, and David Scott unloading equipment from LRV.
- View of Lunar Module (LM) taken during transposition and docking and dark views possibly during a trans-Earth Extravehicular Activity (EVA).
- Views from the Lunar Module (LM) window during descent to the moon and ascent from the lunar surface and a view from the Command Service Module (CSM) of a subsatellite deployment.
- View of Lunar Module (LM) during transposition and docking phase and various scenes taken from the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) during a lunar excursion.
August 13, 2014
Pretty good transfer
Very good transfer of the 16mm DAC, but if I'm not mistaken, all of Apollo's surface 16mm DAC footage of transfers from one station to the other on the rover were from Apollo 16, not 15. 15's DAC kept jamming repeatedly (and even later during Worden's cislunar EVA), which makes me believe that the transfer footage here is actually from Apollo 16. (And, for what it's worth, the crew of 17 didn't carry their 16mm DAC to the surface, but left it in the LM window the whole time).
Fireball Steve Zodiac
May 31, 2009
Includes a lift-off from the Moon
Whoever posted this. Many thanks. However let me point out to all that this is like 6 or 8 clips pieced together, and I think clip 3 and 4 are horizontally reversed, I am going off the slate at the beginning of each clip as a telltale. It's obvious. There isn't much else in each clip to prove one way or the other. The lift-off from the Moon...too cool. The "pundits" that claim this stuff is faked can eat my shorts, I grew up around this stuff, you're hurting my feelings when you talk like that.